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As a stunned America reflected on the deep divisions revealed within the country as Republican candidate Donald Trump won The White House, the rest of the world has begun to shake itself into reacting to the unprecedented moment in US political history.
The mood at a public party on Tuesday night celebrating a Trump loss in Mexico City - where Mr Trump is very unpopular thanks to his comments on immigrants and plans to build a wall along the US border - soured as the results became clearer.
"This context calls for a united Europe, capable of making itself heard and of promoting policies whereever its interests or values are challenged," he said in a televised address.
German Defence Minister Ursula van der Leyen called the result a "huge shock," with a member of the Reichstag's foreign affairs committee warning that "geopolitically we are in a very uncertain situation." "We're realising now that we have no idea what this American president will do if the voice of anger enters office and the voice of anger becomes the most powerful man in the world," Norbert Roettgen told German radio.
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Newspapers and websites took varying approaches to Mr Trump's victory, from Australia to the president-elect's home state of New York: In the political sphere, European Council and Commission leaders Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker said in a congratulatory letter to Mr Trump that "it is more important than ever to strengthen transatlantic relations" in the face of global threats such as terrorism, climate change and migration, inviting the president-elect to visit Europe for talks as soon as possible.
French President Francois Hollande was not as optimistic about Mr Trump's victory, warning that the world was entering a "period of uncertainty" as a result.